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JavaScript

JavaScript

JavaScript

JavaScript (sometimes abbreviated JS) is a prototype-based scripting language that is dynamic, weakly typed and has first-class functions. It is a multi-paradigm language, supporting object-oriented, imperative, and functional programming styles.

Versions

We teach all version of JavaScript

Training

JavaScript Introduction

This course is intended for students with experience with HTML. Experience with CSS and programming is also beneficial.

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to understand how JavaScript is used, understand JavaScript syntax, understand objects, methods, and properties, work with JavaScript variables, create their own functions in JavaScript, write flow control logic in JavaScript, validate forms with JavaScript, create roll-over images with JavaScript, open and work with new windows, work with JavaScript timers and intervals, and work with the navigator history, and location objects.

JavaScript Advanced

Students enrolling in this course should understand the fundamentals of creating Web pages using HTML as well as the basics of JavaScript programming.

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to use JavaScript functions to create a browser gateway and a multiframe tour of a Web site, manipulate JavaScript Image objects to create rotating banners, toggle buttons, and a slide show, use the EMBED tag to add MIDI and WAV sound files to a Web site and JavaScript methods to manipulate those sound files, manipulate the JavaScript Layer object to add a popup layer and transitions to a slide show, and use cookies to personalize a Web page, to store and retrieve information a visitor enters into a form, and to enable a shopping cart application.

JavaScript Ajax

Advanced JavaScript Programming is intended for students who are experienced developers of web pages and have experience with JavaScript. Students should be comfortable creating web pages, writing XHTML code and basic JavaScripts, and proficient in using web browsers such as Internet Explorer.

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to, maintain JavaScript code using programming techniques, implement cross-browser compatibility using JavaScript, use custom objects in JavaScript, create and use arrays in JavaScript, handle cookies using JavaScript, validate forms using the generic approach, program using DOM API to traverse, modify, and append nodes to documents, communicate with Adobe Flash files, ActiveX controls, and server applications, use Ajax to fetch information from the server and display it on the web page, create applications with Ajax.

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